The Gallery Apart operates in Rome since February 2008 as a commercial gallery, heir of a previous cultural project based on nomadism and realization of artistic projects in different places within the city. This project carried the gallery’s name and greatly benefited the gallery in terms of experience. The commitment and the activities of the gallery coincided with that phase of the Renaissance in Rome which is nowadays one of the more vital centers of contemporary art production. The programming of the gallery focuses on a group of artists of different generations, but with special attention to young talents, their language and their research. In addition to not so young artists (Andrea Aquilanti, Gea Casolaro, Myriam Laplante and Fabrizio Passarella), the gallery selected a group of younger creators (Mariana Ferratto, Diego Iaia, Meital Katz-Minerbo, Florian Neufeldt, Astrid Nippoldt, Luana Perilli, Alessandro Scarabello and Alice Schivardi). Used to work for large projects. A fundamental part of the gallery’s project and mission is to assist the artists in the realization of their projects guaranteeing a generous space for their creativity.
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